• President Obama is preparing to announce Thursday morning a change in one of the bedrock ideas of his health-care law by allowing people with individual insurance policies to keep them for another year, even if they do not comply with the law’s rules for minimum benefits. The White House, responding to intensifying pressure from disgruntled consumers and Congress, has decided to make the change as a part of a strategy to try to ward off […]

     
  • Fewer than 50,000 Americans have thus far bought a health-care plan on the problem-plagued ObamaCare website according to an insurance industry report, representing only a fraction of the half-million enrollees the administration apparently wanted the first month. The number was reported first Monday by The Wall Street and confirmed by Fox News, which was told the final reporting day was Nov. 3. The Department of Health and Human Services issued a prompt response, saying officials […]

     
  • Fewer than 50,000 Americans have thus far bought a health-care plan on the problem-plagued ObamaCare website according to an insurance industry report, representing only a fraction of the half-million enrollees the administration apparently wanted the first month. The number was reported first Monday by The Wall Street and confirmed by Fox News, which was told the final reporting day was Nov. 3. The Department of Health and Human Services issued a prompt response, saying officials […]

     
  • Fewer than 50,000 Americans have thus far bought a health-care plan on the problem-plagued ObamaCare website according to an insurance industry report, representing only a fraction of the half-million enrollees the administration apparently wanted the first month. The number was reported first Monday by The Wall Street and confirmed by Fox News, which was told the final reporting day was Nov. 3. The Department of Health and Human Services issued a prompt response, saying officials […]

     
  • When two Philippine Air Force C-130s arrived at the typhoon-wrecked airport here just after dawn Tuesday, more than 3,000 people who had camped out hoping to escape the devastation surged onto the tarmac past a broken iron fence. Only a few hundred made it aboard; the rest were left in a shattered, rain-lashed city short of food and water and littered with uncounted bodies. When two Philippine Air Force C-130s arrived at the typhoon-wrecked airport […]

     
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